2018, Vol. 5, Issue 4, Part A
Family environment of alcohol addicted and non-alcohol addicted sportspersonAuthor(s):
Dr. Monika Verma and SumanAbstract:
The study examined the family environment of alcohol addicted and non-alcohol addicted sportsperson. Sample of 120 subjects (60 alcohol addicted and 60 non-alcohol addicted) was randomly selected from the various university campus and colleges of Haryana in age group of 17-28 years. Who have participated in district, state level, and national and inter-university level sports competitions. The selected interested topics were used to reveal their family environment using standard questionnaire. The results obtained from them were statistically analyzed using mean, standard deviation and t-test. The results proved that there was significant difference between alcohol addicted and non-alcohol addicted in sub scale cohesion, expressiveness, conflict (relationship dimensions)sub scale independence(personal growth dimensions)and sub scale control(system maintenance dimensions) but no significant difference exist in sub scale acceptance and caring(relationship dimensions), sub scale active- recreational orientation (personal growth dimensions) and sub scale organization(system maintenance dimensions). From these studies we conclude that non-alcohol addicted are much better in cohesion, expressiveness, conflict, independence and control than alcohol addicted sportsperson. But both are similar in acceptance and caring, active- recreational orientation and organization.Pages: 06-08 | 972 Views 66 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Dr. Monika Verma, Suman. Family environment of alcohol addicted and non-alcohol addicted sportsperson. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2018;5(4):06-08.